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MJCAl. WKATHKll UBVOKT.
OlISEIlVKIl'BOl'I'K.K, Ills.,
I
March ill, 10:11 ,i,, IM7 1
ji.ui,ji.,.;i.;.,..v;.uc, ,u ,,,.
i iieriiinmnicr, -ni negrcos.,
iWlml '. L. Velocity 1 ! tulles isr hour.
liVcathor, loud).
Maximum tcmperalurv Ir lat 21 hour
dcgree'i.
Minimum temperature fiirtheMU2l hours,
tlcru ,
1'rf.v.nllrig wind Tor last V.1 IwtlM, N
iTotal number ol' mile travel! by wind
iting I . t M hours, T.M.
i:iWlM HooTII,
Observer Signal Service, (J. H. A
KAiLltO.lllS.
TIM K CAItJ).
I.I.I NO). i OF.NTUAL RAILKOAT),
HIAINH Ui.tVI! CWIiO.
aiSO :i.t
llat....
pru at ,
fel;(ht lit .
rcl'lit nt
.Dally.
.,...'1:1X1 p. in
...1:00 n.ln., . ..evcept Uiliitlity
. ..ll:f.r. n.iii.,...,
. .. i:(x p.in... . "
AllltlVK AT CAIUO.
2:15 n.iii .lulls-
i uitjlit at
l Hint . .
xpri' s at
nielit nt
.'!:()! ii.iii xcciit Mitulav
.Oilfi ii. In.,
uxcopt Monday
iclfMil nt 7:10 it in
.except Sunday
rur'litnt ....111:05 n.iii
l.Vi- MT.tf. .lAMI'.M .Iihi.nsoh, Agent.
, hi;
CAIRO AND V1NUICNNKS
RAILROAD.
niANoi: oi' run:.
On and alter Sunday, February 137L
Mm will run bh follows:
oolvh Nonnt.
Fasn-iiKer. Freight.
afro, leave ,
ilmiiiil Oily. leave..
. If nn;i. h ae
la rri shore, ! aw...
... .1:00 A.M. muri a.m.
ri35
... Ii:t
... K:ll
B:S7
ll:
UU i
virrU City, leave. .
.. 0:lS "
. . HfcVl
..10:00
..I0:I0 "
..llfifi "
M.
.illin, urn, i-
iirml, leaie,
r.iVMll). leaie
'.':X "
Mount jiniiM, leave
in 'i inn -. caio ...
..I2:ar. I'.M.
. .AM..Juii tl'in. arrlvc.l2:.1o
ilOINO HOtnit.
I'mwiiitcr. Ilrcliftit.
LA M..lun. lion, leave. . "!ir A..M.
in eiiiii, leaie 7flJ5 " 70 r.M.
Mount ( .iniic l.li'.iM'.... mW " Icon
ir,iyHI!c, lenic Ii:l " 10.17 "
ml, arrive ,10;il " ll:.l
innl, bale 10)10 " !:!.' a.m.
Vorrliflt .have 10:11 " 7:18
, llarriliir li, leave 11:1.'! " 0:10 "
Mi-inn, Ii ., 1:17 iul 12:iri l.t.
1 .M itm I ( iti, baio 2:12 " :i:10 "
. ru, snlic 8:01 " 3:10 "
" UOVHli CITT ACCOmUU'ATIOJf.
.e Cairo at 1120 a.m. and r:15 p.m.
1 ravo .Mound City at 12;K p.m. and 0:10 p.m.
It. I,;ht trains Mop mer iiMit nt I'anni:
n n frmii tin re ni mlxod tmln, IchIiij( nt
i 'i a. in ; I. imiik 'lm ruin ! nt 7 p.m. tli
t.tiiii' vi i. ii : for return trip.
C'O.N.N'KCTIOX.
At i.ro with tin- Ml"l-i-ipii (.Viilml,
JInliln .".up Klini, fur nil point '.nl; ( niro.
Arkan-j and 1 1 x.i, for all point in Arkan
ji and TiAj.
At Inccnnct: Indfanapnlland 'lncennof
railway InrlndljnapMI nuil all points north,
at and wen; with Kvanvlllo and Craw
lord railway for Kvanstll'e.Tcrrn llatitu,
Danrillv, Chl--ii;o and all point north, pat
nd wot; wltli Ohio and -Miwu-lppl mil
nay forht. l.onK Loulivillc, Cincinnati and
ill points cait and wet.
At .Sorrl City tritv the Springfield
Mid Illlaols Southcatcrn jallway.
J.. W. 1'ai.mkk, UtnM Sup't.
V.. 1. "Viliok. (lon'l I'ntiunijar, Ant.
I 37-l'Mf
("aI HO, A UK A.N'K AS AN D T i:X AS
AND CAIRO AND FUL
TON RAILROADS.
The hortei't and only tllrcrt routo Irom
( airo to .litcLhonport, l.lttlu Itovl.', Hot
Hiirlnga, Fulton, and all polnlH in Ari:niiKas
und thu fcoutlavct,i.iid ilalvuoton, llouMon,
Pallas, Atnlln and all polnln In Texas
i wi.ia i: iiouna i:t adva.nci: or
as oiiu;it noun-:.
lliiim--i tl.Lctf, lhrriiu;li or lidlng,
snd liifornutlon an to frelghi niten, pa
itii"er liic, rnnmiRtion", utu., can lo ole
tallied at Hie roinpany'ii ofllcB In Winter'
ilafU, conitr or Keenth rtroet and l.'oni.
ic r l.il hm iiiio.
ll.ii;l. ) Will eall at piivatc rcslilonoe and
tmlfciH lor p-i'-M-nser, wlien orlraio lull
n tlmu.
Illej'itnt I'lillman palaco flecplng mrnn
ill nlhl train.1).
Train inn dally, (Sunday usreptfdHmni
'lin Cairo OlUcc nt follows :
t IIAltl.KHlllN ACC05IM(lt.MIIlN.-
..t avudrtcniiLld's t:rt.J a in ami I -k.". p.m.
Aralv nt (irecnllcldV !i:17 a in amia IWp.iu.
r.'.i'i:i:i.i iii.ns iiaii.v
(.cave irrr ritiPlil-" '2r):p. in,
Arrive at (in:snllcld'i i:liip.iii.
I). AXIIil.l.. Chief Knu'llienr.
KIILKRS, ?I
Hoot nnd hou maker, Twun luint t, Ins
tween Wwhlnijlon avonuo and I'nplar
i-tM'Ct, 1.4 prepared to make hoot mm iIioch
In thn latest and wort (.irhliui.il.lo bljle.
Ho will tuaki) liK'm to nrdur, old or new
' tyliia to Mitt ellfctomeri', out ot the b'.t and
IrB'hcM Hoek, of whleh ho lwai( han'n
food mpply on hand Irani which to mako
HelcctloiH, All (Itttnjj or boom and hIiooh
made hy .Mr. Khlcra Is dono In liln own ihop
uo rorln llttlriK liein' tiKid liy iilm.
tllvo him ii call, and ho will lvo you atl.
lautlon.
DON'T TRUST ANY MAN
Wlin says linwlll pay S.'ioollor In? oa-n ol
Catarrab lin lails to euro. AVoh otlV Cat-
tirih Annlhllator has cured thouands who
would have perMicd without It, iui.1 my
nKfiit will return Hi" money to any pureha
i.ar who tries n hottlo nnills not henelitlod.
Did mi over try WOl.t'OTT's l'AIN
I' VIVI'V Mv lis u.ii lliiriiu never MUter:
It htops Heailai'he, '1'oothache nnd Xeuralla
within live mlnute. or iiiouev lel'uniled.
(i. (ioi.lih.MIMII, eor, Uth A; l.oeut bt Is
iiiyaKeiit. it. I.. Woi.rorr. 'ins S-'J.VSw.
OBSTACLES TO MAHHIAGE
llainiv relief for vounir men from tun el
I'ectHot enorM and iilmn'H In larly lite. .Man
hood re ( to red. Impediments to marriage
romoved. New method of treatment. JSow
and rcmarkahlu reiucdlex. Hooks and elr
Millars tent free, in t-ealud envelopes. Ad
ilroiifl, Howard AkMielatlou. tin. a South
Ninth hlreot, l'hiladolpliia, l'u. an limtittt
Ion havint; a high reputation for honorahlo
in lie.t mill lir'nssioniiimill. Iiua u.v.w.jin
DR. "NV. J 5 LAU W
GERMAN miYSICIAN.
Juiltrs Jllrek (upMnitu) imur tb Stro
Ktiu VYusuingion Avenue.
30-31-tf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
A. J.ROl'J Jl.D.
Olllco over Thorns .t llro's. uroecrv unit
tfo.HU Coiumerelal iivemto. eornnv Ulyliil
fciroet, iiehiiteneo corner vt aiiunfjion ave
"i uud f oimecnih htrem,
T II E .BULLETIN
CAlilO LOCAL NEWS.
A N N.0 UJS'OUMENTrf.
TO CAXDIDATLS.
in hih.'Uim: tiii! inhi:i:ihn or an a
xnv,Hrr.m.m ix,Tuisi:t:i.i.i:i.viiii: rirw.i
aiiiin rr.il .MLl in: I tin iii;n Till
anoi'n;i:mi:ni is iivmu n i lin-. in i.n
wim. in: KiiiicM.r Aiiiir.ni:i in, env
OI'KKT.S r; WAIill (II FICI.IIM, .
roiteiTv'oixiiK.
W'enre ntillioiled to annniiuee .Miihii
.1, llowlev a. a eandld.'lle, lur iceleellon In
till! ollli-e or Clly ( li ll., lit tile aiiliroaehlnir
i My elei'tinli. i
KlilKili Itt'i.i.r.iiN : Vou will pleu'ean
liollnie Hint I Hill II raliilldulo lor llieolll,,
ofelly clcil. at (he en-illliK eharter eleelion
li) -Z.U I,'. IIawkinn.
ioii ci i v tiii: tftrriiM!;
Mil. Ilnrioi:: lly reomi nfii unuiher of
clllfii ph;Be unnoiiiiec my name a' a ean-
lidate for Hie olllee of City Treamrer al I lie
'iiniliij? rhnilei'eleetlon.
Woon Ilirrn.Niuit in.
rwi! nv ArionKf.v.
Wo (ire nilllioilztsl lo aiilxtunee (hat 1.
'.it'on til, l a enndldiili! for renleeilon
lo the oltlee of ellv attorney at the ne-uln'r
hurter eleetlou.
-Mil. KniToti: Uy rtflti'l of innny
ditl.nnii, plenfi atmounoo mu ni n r until
ilnto for the ollloo of (Jlty Allonioy, nt
tr.O ( IHllln- churler cleutlOII.
llAllMO.V II. Ill.AI'K.
(.'IIXIIKAL JTIJMS.
"WanttJ A cool:
Apply nt
Tub
11 f Lurttu olHco.
tf
Vo.lnoJny
Cinderella Atuericum
ovonln, April Bth.
Col. 11. Jt. To wno anil OeorKO llough
orty, of Joneiboro wcro In th city y8lcr
day. It will reqiilro abitit ono vreolc longer
lor Tiik Kvllktin to recover from i
lato do of loBlelature, attar which it will
bo ittolf nguln.
"Old l'rolii" says wo will havo olthor
"ttitw or rMn" In thl tectlon to-day. It
it iaid the old boy knows 7hat bo Is talk
ian fil out'.
On l'riilay ovening, April 10tb, Jlr.
.b'cb1!ingr will ruoelvu n bonUt attbo
bandi of the Ooncordin Slngini: Society.
Tho concert will take placo In tbo Atho
noutn. Tho '.oo!-boldri of tho Cairo City
On company will mm', on the 0th of
April for tbu purpoio of clscting direct
ors for tho )nu!ne; yu;, Sue notice Id
unotlior fuluinn.
WMitm1. A Harbcr, Sieody employ
ment. AVnges ?U pr wb. Apply to
(in. Jleim, Sixth (treet, holwoon Ohio
leveo and Commercial avenue.
U80-3-31.:l:
The tamer (Jrand Tower, on her up
trip Monday night, brought tho romaim
of Clnrencu Adllt, klllicJ by tho oxpliwion
of tho boileri of tbo Oroient City. Thn
ol .Mrs. Oatrandor and Via. .Mun-
dy wero taken to St. Louis.
Mr. V. A. Virchow, thu young
limn vlio did tht painting nt tho i'larit-
or' hoiife, intends to takfl mi oxtundad
Wh'ik. Ilo proiois to walk Irom thU city
to 1'ortinnil, Oregon, rkutobing audi
feeiic on lli routo h ho thinks will innko
t;ood paintings. Ho w',11 ttart within a
fw dayi.
Dr. II. Wardnor'i lwture on Monday
ight in tbn high rehnnl building, i
tpoken r.f n liu vlnn liwn ono ol the tin est
f the course. livery ono w.n planned
with it, and tbero it a genurnl dwiro that
tho lxturo boulil li.i put in print co that
tlioio who did mt hiivii tho plaiirn (
hoarinj; tho diwtor deliver it mny have tin
opportunity of reading it.
All por'iic Imving clulins in;ninit tno
urn rc'iuwtcd to pronent them for pay
inmil within tho noxt ton dtyi, aa I ahull
depart on thn loth inil. All persons in-
dulitod lomoiiro reipiontod lo mitko lin-
iiKsIittto piiymonl. I ean lie found nny
lay bet a veil tho hour of I Mid 3 o'clock
fit tho St. Chnrlui hotel. II. l.K.vv.
Cairo, April 1, 1H71. 'J I-l-Ot
Thuro will l.o llnpti't prayor-ni'-ot-
inij in their Minion room, oornar of
Wnihinijton iivunuo nnd Tentli slrnut,
over V.'l;itloel;'a ctnro, this cdnojday
ovonliiK. All tho friends of tho llapllit
cauio aro cord Lilly invited lo bo prwont
arid join in thn Mirvico of tbo hour. Tho
Minion room liai boon noally llltod up,
nnd la now n vory plonmnt jthieo to moot
in.
-I'roininont Hmonj; tho nrrlvals nt tho
St. Cliarlo yoUorday woio: John V
Wilson, Citiclnnntli (loorgo Htovun, Mo-
lino, llllnolii; .1. F. Claflin, Jaekson, Ton
nosaoe; II. K. Vartioiw, Viokebure;; Oeo,
W. Wntscn, Maylleld, Kentucky; Mrr.
HUke, Hot I Springs, Arkansas; (!oo, Trum
bull, wlfo and eon, Chicago; , I. H. llalrd,
Owonsboro, Kontuoky, and It. l'arklu!on,
Mt. Carmol, Illinois.
Tho loss by tho burnine; of tbo Mock-
lor houso is botweun two nnd tlireo
thousand dollars on property. .Mr. Mock-
lar tnya tboro wan -2,8C0 in yroonbacks
in n drawor in ono ot tho bureaus in tbo
upiior partof tho bulldint', nil of which
was burned un. Wo unuoretnnii tnero
was $1,600 insurance on tho building, nnd
$500 on tho furnituro. Mr. Mocklor lias
tho f vniimtbv of tbo community bocnuso
of his inisfortuno.
AVm. T.blora wishes to Inform tho pub
Ho tlmt ho has Just recclvod n largo stock
of inmortod French calf nnd .Morocco
Lcnthur from Adolph Klckol, ol Clncm
nut I, direct importors, nnd bo can tborc
foro warrant nil bis work to bo of not only
tho best inanufacturo, but ol tho very
host nmtorial, Any ono who dei'lros lino
Hoots, Shoes or Ouitors will find It to
their interest to call on Mr. Khlora at bis
ehop, 'JOth street, nnd examine bin etock
mid styles boforu ordering olsewhoro.
a03-.1-l.lm
Under tbo bond of nnnouncomcnts In
this morning's Kum.ktin will bo found
that ol Mr. Harmon lllack, who has on
tered tbo ring s n, enndtdato for tho olllco
of city nttornoy. Mr. lllack is a ycung
iitlornoy of lino legil attainments, mid If
'ULl!: 0A1KOUA1LY IJULJjETIJN, "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1874.
tho pooplo should sco fit to promote lilm
to llio poilllon bo tnekl), WO bllovo ho
would discharge tho duties of Iho olllco
with credit to himself anil llio satlnfactlon
of tbo oitissons.
Mr. Urvin Maxwoll, manlifn'-turor
and donlar In railway oil nnd
ear yrneio was In the city yea
terday. The oils fold by Mr. Max
well'a homo havo proven to bo mpnrlor to
any othors in tho markot, and aro now
uied onn luhjorllynf tbu railroads in the
woslorti country. Tho llrmof II. Mnxwoll
Ai Company bavethair liOHdipmrters nt7H
North Main street, .St. J,ouls. Order en.
truited to him will receive prompt nttn
tion.
ItojI, vVbltcamp now lias ebarao of
the (antral moat inarlcot, Wudltiugtmi nvo
line. Iiutwf.n Ninth and Tenth treota.
tnder Iced a. auiiervliion thn Central
will bo one of tho best establishments of
tho kind in nxlalencK, The entire run-
orn has been thoroughly innovated, re
palntsd, papered, ete., and is now ns mul
n parlor. Only the tat of meata will
bo kpt, nnd thn patroin of tho Central
will receive tbu most courteous, attention.
Mr. vVhitoamp Invito nltontion, to bis
shop, Olvo him ncall. 200 2-31-at-
-Mr. Henry Ilrellmn, Ohio lovoo noar
the Illinois Central Df.'Snnfor dotvol. Ii
now ready to supply bis friends and tho
publio Kncrr,lly with tho beat of Klsicn
Ijwo, HoltBr ntil Viebn water", and tbo
purest of cider nnd nlo, tbo latter Irom
the most celebrAtod manufacturers vt tbo
onst. The nlos aro Inferior to nona sold
In this or uny other citv. 11 r. Ilroilmn
fooh confident that bo can supply de&iori
In hit lino with goods equal to any now
offered in this part of tho country. Ho
tins purchased as line n team of horses nnd
as handtomo n wagon for tho dollvery of
goods as wo have soon in n long time, ilo
will keep on hand n supply of Imported
.Seltzer as good and fresh na can bo found
anywhere in tbo city. Ho Invites atten
tion to bis concern, feeling assured that
bo ean supply tho wants of this commun
ity with tho very best of overy kind ol
goodi manufactured lv blin. Give bltn a
call, tnd too for youraolf.
rnoM CAitiio.viiALi:.
Tho l.ulvst Murder Dealii of Yimiiir
Rnlllnor Arrcat of rk-itsiiiits, llio
,Stipioswl Assassin.
C.uu-.oxd.w.)), March 31.
Kditdi; 1JUU.KT1X: Young Itullinor
ono of tho young men engaaol in tho
tfray of which I vroto you vos'.erday,
diel last night of bit wounds.
Mrs. Stuiiioll is still living nnd thought
to bo slowly rocovonn,'.
Pleasants, spoken of us ono of tho sup
posed murdorerp, was arrested, lloth bo
nna Itutsell aro now in the Williamson
county jail.
ltii feared thn. moro blood will flow,
for both tbo Uulllners nnd tbo partioi sus
pected belong to gangs of most despornto
men.
I !n.rn that preliminary examination
of tho men under arrott will tuLo pluco
to-morrow. It,
Jut received at HotipU' an involcn ff
fine fpectacles and fyii-glBo..
ai J 3-20-5t
l'OU SALH.
Ono tecond hnnd 7 octavo piano, S.2C0;
two leeond band 0 ortavo iiianos, esch
150; one eecond hand parlor organ, $f.O,
cish. .Mat l'.ot.i.nn.
4-1-Ht Caro of l'aul Hi bub'a drugstore.
WILCOX
Tkk imirids of brown niijiir for Jl; W
pounds best corVeu cugar at 1 1; a pounds
of choice butter nt fl; baking powder iSc
var lb, ImpHrinl tea nt $1; potatoes .10
cents per pot; .1 lbs coll'ee f I,r.t Wilcox's
liloek. 107 tM-lm
I'HIIIT Til I'. KM.
All l.lndi of npplo and pear trees ol
tho llnosl Yntietle, all grafted, four yoir.
old ami will liuar fruit next year, ore f.r
fnle at the court. bouse saloon. Tliey will
lie delivered to order. Call early and
iii'tko your Folectitms. i.uwn r.it .t )x:'.n
aiO-s-sis-ot
l-'Oil HAI.U.
Two liattorieit of two Itoildrf, oach at
feot long, -12 inch Dram, a 11 inch Vines
with lire fronts. Mud und .Steam drums
Safely nnd .Mud valvnp, Chimney nnd
Hritcbin, nil complain and in brut-class
order'; boon used only thron months. Vnr
prlee, etn., inrpilro ot .1. T. ItKNtin-,
0.j:l-tf. Vuleiin Iron Work?.
ON 1'. 11UNDKKI) DO I. LA US.
Wo bavo n 1'arker HrotbuM lirnecb
Loading Hun, gun and outfit vnlucd at
ono hundrod dollars, which wo oil'or for
silo fur nighty dollari". Tbo nbovo is ono
ol tboirbosl deoarboni.ed guns with front
notion rebounding locks, nnd fully war
ranted. Knnuiro for ono week at Tin:
Buu.KTiK Ornri:. tt
TAX-l'AVEltS.
Tnx-pnyora will boar in'mind that side
walk nif ossmcnts aro now by law extended
upon tbo general tax-booke, nnd judg
ment will bo taken against lots for said
assessments as woll m for Stato, County,
City and School taxes. Call nt tho col
lector's olllco bolero tbo delinquent list
goos to tbo printer nnd savo cost.
283 3-2'J-ot Ai.K.v. 11. liivi.v,
County Collector.
rumoK.
All poisons Indobtod to L'nmuol .M. Orr
nro requested to mako speedy payment lo
tho undersigned, nnd thus invo expanses,
as tbo collodion of his tirsets must bo
prompt nnd will mlmit of no delay. In
ilofault of payment nt onco, mitt will bo
Instituted. .Iohn (. IIauman,
Asslgneo of Samtml M. Orr, Ilankrnpt,
Oaiuo, IIIh., Mnrcbao, 1871.
7B -27-tf.
UNION HAKKItV.
Frank Kratky desires that tbo public
should know tlmt hois propnrcd todolivor
bread of good quality nnd quantity, for
httlo money. In any part of tbo city
Oivo him your ordors, and then look out
for tho
ItKDWAClON
by which bn will dfllvor to you tbo stall
of life. a71.3-VU.lm
Tui:Tinim:i:.vrii stri:i:t school.
l!t:iinlii:illoii Uny In Mini Tlininpnnii'.
1(00111.
Itciiilliigi, ItcsrllntloiiM, lllnloirncs, IX
Tuesday night.
DlUn Ittri.l.BTIK :
J nltendml febool yesterday for the lint
time since I ennm out of short droMes;
nttondeJ as a viiltor and onjoyeu It very
much. Wont In tho afternoon spent
null an hu'ir among tho llttb) folks in
Miss Annie I'hillU room, ndniiring bor
mannor of teaching, llio ploaant way In
which she managed hor Lilliputian nrmv
nnd tbo keen delight which each member
of the bind took in thiiir pa'rt of the du
ties and pleasured of learning thu first
principle of a good uducatbii. Ji'rom
her (lupnitiiinnt I was led by n gentle
manly colored utdior lo tho rooms wboro
tho morn advanced plafsw wore marehlng
on blghor nnd blither up tbo bill ofknowl
odgn, under thu leadership of Mlsa Tliomp
ton ami Mua .MeKee. Hero the oxrciitM
wero vnricd, nnd I spent un hour nnd
n-balf vory ploarnutly, hi pleasantly that
beard with regret tho announcement
"school Is out," or word to that olloct. A
largo compr.ny of vlslton, parents and
friends of tho young gentlemen nnd ladl 8,
woro present, but 1 siw no ono that 1
thought represented The Hui.lkti.v,
therefore, with yonr pormlMion, I will
notice n few of tho prominent nnd most
Intorestlng parts of tho afternoon'a pro
gramme. W lieu 1 entered thu room tbo
'A" nnd "J!" classes woro on tbo fl ior
reading, part of tho time in concert nnd
ntolhor limes, reading as tbolr natnos
woro called, from nny lesson nt which tbo
reader's book chanced to opon. ThU was
a good Idea nad gavo tho listonor an op
portunity of judging fairly tho standing
of tho pupil In that least appreciated nnd
yet most important branch of a good ed
ucation. This was followed by reading by
tho young ladles, "Hock Mo tn Stoop
Mothor, Kock Mo to Sleep." This beau
tiful poem was road with much expres
sion nnd lino fooling by each ono nnd
lout nothing of its beauty in any caso.
Tbo reading by MUs Fannio UarcUy,
May Harmun, Cora Strntton, llattio Mc-
Kco, ns well as others whoso nnraos 1 did
notloarn. deserved spoclal notloe. Miss
llarclay rend ono slnn.i commencing
"llreil of the hollow, thebmse.
Tho untrue;
Mother, Oh mother, my heart
Calls for you."
In n manner that tou:hed tho right chord
anJ was particularly pleasing to mo, but
I must hurry on, I want to
mention and complimimt tho singing by
tho boys, "Osilnn'a Serenade." Tho recita
tion in concert by thrco twolvo-yoar-old
boys "When Freedom from her Mountain
Right, etc.," nnd in fact would llko to
mention each of tho uctors ns they each
and ovory ono doscrvod, but to do so I
would bo compelled to wrlto "tn bo con
tinued" nt tbo ond of this cbnplnr, and I
don't want to do that, so I will bo content
to say that oaoh part wne done In n
manner tlmt reflected groat credit on the
school, tho teachers nnd the pupils.
1 can t close without i-ayinK n word in
praise of tho scene from Mini Alcott's'
"J.ittlo Women," and one from, I believe,
Widow Ileilot, tho Dorene hocicly, or
something of that kind. Artemua Ward
used to say onn sewing ewialy wa iqual
to live daily pipors for scandal nnd nows,
but bo was a mm and could not bojutit.
still if they were h. this scotio represented
tiH'tn ho would lisvu good ground for his
opinion. 1 lie princ.pil character, "Mrj.
O remi," was represented by Miss I.illio
'o,d, in cap, white nook hwdkeruhit f
and spectacles, and Was reslly the best
pieco of cbnrnctnr acting that 1 wit-
nossod to-day. Tbo young miss diupbiyod a
groat deal of talonf and n full approba
tion 1 1' tbo character sha represented.
My lettur i stretching out too long, I will
top in a moment just mfooii as 1 menti.ni
tho decUmitlon ol I forget bis name 1
nm sorry lo enj', iilan tho title to bis rut!
tation, but it was the lttllo in wlii.'')
ArnobPWinklurie.l, a Swiss, broke tho
Austrian ranks by plunging as many
of thn.'r iniir in bis bndy as hn could
grssp In his outstroached nrm. Tlio dec-
lnriinlion wni woll rondorolby tin) littb)
gontlninnn, tbo goiturns wmcd good and
npproprbit", and bit mannor ol speaking
tbo closing linos
lie bowed anions thorn like a tree,
fliii-.-., made uny for Liberty," -
could not have boon Improved upon.
Now I WW closo. Yours Truly,
Samastiia.
FOR SALK7
Hocond-hund clothing, watches, jowelry,
pUtols, A'C, bought and oold. Also a lot
llrutsula' carpet, furniluri', ct8., for aalo.
Onposlto Cairo nnd Vinconnos railroad
do'pot. 1S8 2-27-tf M. Covnk
VU1IL10 SAi.U.
1 will ioii iny cntiro stock of tho beat
of Uecf, Fork, Voal, Mutton, Foullry,
Hutter, Kggs, Lard, Irish l'otatoos, Swoet
l'olatotfs, Apples, Flour, Moal, Spiced
Hoof, nnd tbo best of Corned Hoof. Tho
silo will commence nt 5 o'clock in tbo
morning and continue until nine nt night
oach day for ninn months, Sundays ex
cepted. I linvo also 180ficrcs of tho best
ot cotton land to soil or exchange for Cairo
property. 1 also want several good agents
to sell fruit troos. All of tho above will
bo explained by calling on S. I'attorson,
osrner of Ninth nnd Ynlnut streets, as
tlmro is tho pluco tbo eabj of tbo moat nnd
vegetables will bo iimdo. 02 l-3I-lm,
Caiho, III,.., .Ian. 30, 1871.
MILK Wauon. 1 will commence run
ning u milk wagon on Mondny morning
February a.'). 1 will continue It all sum
mer, nnd respectfully collclt your pntron
ngo. Milk will bo delivered to any ono
in tho city, dally--morning and ovoning.
Orders may bo glvon tn tho drivur of tbo
wagon or loft nt my ico ntand, No 81 Ohio
leveo. (Ikoiiok Yooum.
10'J-a 21-tf
1'on Sam: ok Kxciiamik A Farm
near Villa Jtldgo good house nnd young
orobard. lnquiro nt this olllco or address
1 . II, J'Alllll.V,
aii-3.ntf
Ullln, lilt.
".' ?? s-
'At i .
? i .-
rv s
4'i
RIVIIR .r.ws.
l'url I.Im(
AHIUVAt.S
and dnp'irturcs lor llio "I hours cudlng atG
li, m. last cvcniic:
Stonmer Oraeov, Columbua
" 1'iak, Vaducali
" Arlington, Cincinnati
" Coal City nnd tow, passed down
" Uawkoyo No. a, tow, St. Louis
" .Iohn A. Wood, piueod dow
" Idlewild, F.vansvllb)
" Kiltie Iliglor, I'ittsburg
" AYcst Wind, pasied down
" Hoe, fit. Louis.
nKi'Aiti i:n.
Stcamnr F. 1'. Oraeey, Columbus
" .lames Fisk, i'aducnb
" Arlington, Memphis
" llawkeye and tow, 1'itUhurg
" Idlewild, Kvansvillo
" Kitllo Heglnr, Arkansas river.
Tho decline In tho Ohio river nt this
port is slow but aura. Tho full yostorday
whs nearly two Inches. Tho Mississippi
commencea falling at St. Louis on Sun
day evening, nnd up to last ovoning tho
declino amounted to about four inches,
Tho rivors, all excepting tbo Mississippi,
havo linen very high this season, and
the fact that tbuy aro all now
on the downwsrd tondoncy gives gonural
satisfaction to bnatmon, Tbo woathor
during tbo latter part of MomViy night
nnd up to daylight Tuosday morning tvus
anything but agreeable. It rninod per
fect torrents, and nt thins the wind wis
very high. It was cloudy nnd cold yes-
torday. Husinoss was dull, owing proba
lily Id tbo bad condition of tbo wuntbur.
MIHOKM.ANKOUH NOI'CS.
Tbo , Iohn ICllgour in ado extraordinary
Uino on hor lust down trip. 1 1 is said tbu
made tbu run from Cincinnati lo Now
Orleans in four duy.i and fourteen hours.
She left tbo whart hero on tho morning
of the 2Htb at 3 o'clock, n'ld arrived at
Now Orleans boforo noon yesterday, tho
3bt. (iood timu that Tim Arling
ton bud ii modorati trip, and added
fifty tons hero for Mompbis
Tho towboal .Iohn A, W03J
paisod down yestordny with a tow of lfi
boats and eight bargea of coal, besides bur
fuel bargo. Tho tow covorj about throo
acres Tho Coal City with n largo tow
ol coal passed south Tho llawkoyo
No, a passed up tho Ohio witli n tow of
Iron oro for I'ittsburg Tbo Idlowlld
had a elim trip Tho ICittio Hogler
was heavily laden for tho Arkansas rivor
Tho Weft Wind takes n tow ot
stavo barges from Island No, I to Nov
Orleans.
Wk bavo something now in tbo way or
half-sheet posters, which wo think nro
just tbo thing for tho epri.ig tradu. They
consist of tlx dlllorent designs, litno
grnpbud, with mortises and margin for
printing. Two ol thu outs nro suituoie
lor any business , tho other four for boots
and shoes, pbotograpbors, druggists and
dry goods. Wo bavo but ono hundred of
each cut, and will furnish tbcm printed nt
Cincinnati prices. Wo bavo niso boiiio
fancy cards. Thu "languago of llowers,,
ton dosigns', "Hoijuot," twelvo designs',
'Oporn," four dnslgns and "Comio" cards
twenty-four designs which wo furnish
prlntod at $10 to Sl'J per M, Cinelnnall
prices. Who wtms thoiii'.' Don't nil
speak nt otioo, 103.2-I0.3t
MiiH. RuMHui.li I prepared to lll.KAiMl
and l'UKHs liats nnd bonui ta in tbu most
npprovod stylo, nnd in i manner to give
ontlro satisfaction, Call at her residence
on Fifteenth street between Walnut and
Cedar. 230-a.l6.tr
Foil Salk-I'J.OUO In city scrip. For
sale In quantities to suit tbo purchator
Apply to H.T.Okhoumi.
173-2-2a.tf
'1J
m " t
11 J Y
YOUR
OLOTIUNa
AT
FAItNllAIvKIIH.
9 IS -'
i
'-f i
Tin: i.AnaKST stock of bird cagos, toi
let sots, water coolers, bath tubs and n
general stock ol tlnwnro stores over of
fered In Cairo may bo found, cheaper than
tho cheapest, nt 0. W. Hondorson's, No.
ISO Commercial avonuo. '-'3U 3-ll-lm.
1 Notiob ia noroliy given that I will pay
! no bills for goods sold to nny of Iho om
I ployoa of Tub Caiuo IIui.lutik, either
or thorr.eelvea or lor tbo use of tbo ott'ieo
i unlnso tbo Bimiu aro furnlehud on an order
Ignod by Mr. llurnot'. or myiolf.
I ia-20-ly .TniiK H. Oiikiily,
j Foil Hi:nt. Thn brick bouso fltuatcit
I corner Third etroot nnd Commercial nvo-
nue. Thu bouso has been put in good re
j pair throughout and Is well nrranged for
1 a hotel or boarding bouse, nlso rooms to
ronton Third ftreet. lnquiro of Win.
; Mcllalo, No. fi, Winter's block.
! 105 a-3.tr
Go to 0. W". IIhndkiison's, 100 Com
inercial Avenuo, for tbn celebrated "Char
tor Oak," "May I'lowor," or other cooking
stoves, tin and hollow ware, water roolore,
bath tub', (,io., etc. If you want tho best
wood stoves, buy the "Cliartor Oak"; tbo
licit coal stovo, buy the "May Flower.1'
a37.3-ll.dlm
1'lIK harder hIioji is on lio corner ol
Klgbth Ptreet mid Commercial avonuo
wlieru ,1. (loorgo Sttonhotuu with bis gen
tlemanly neiH.'iiils enn lie found ut any
hour of tbn day or night, ready to hh.Iiid
your loellngs 'ltli n smooth nlmvn, or cool
your tomper and head with a good sham-
j poo.
, sure
It is a first-ilasa shop, nnd you nro
of recoivliiK first-class treatment.
I, ndie' und children')! hair cut or curled
alter tho mi"l approved style. H-lr.-tf
I
N IS VA D VERT I &E-M UN I S
"notic'i:.
The Mocl.boblers of thn Cairo Clly CI :i S
Comp.iiiy ale hereby notilleil that the next
annual meeting will bo belt' In tho clly of
Callo.at their ollicc, on Monday, AprllOth,
1S7 4, at lOo'eloi l. a. 111., for tho election of
directors and transaction of such other liuvi
iie?t, as may come before the meeting.
Caiuo, Ills., March 31, 1S7I.
2h) i-Kit. II T. (lEitoui.i), Scc'y. ,
M'HOIAL ASSH.-jSMKNT NOTU'i:.
Notice Is licivbv given to all persons Inter
ested that tho city council of the city of
Cairo, li:ilnx ordered Hint the Improve
mint of tho Ohio lovco on Levee
street, from the Miiilherly fide ut Fourth
(Mil) htroet lo the northerly s-liio ol
Fourteenth (llth) Ircot (by i:ii iIHri and
grading the -nine) haveapplled to llio county
court of Alexander county lor tin ii-n'-menl
or llioco-t of said Iniproiciiient, accniding
to lionellt", and an nevmient thereof having
been mado mid returned to ald court, the
tinal hcarlcg thereon will bo h-ul at the
April term of Kild couit.coniiiieiii lus on the
2nth day of April, A. D. 1S7I. All pci-on.
dcsilin may then and there appeal and
make their ifofeiin'.
.loll.N I'. IlKt.V ) "
.loll.V II. liOM.MAX t CoUUIll-slolKT.
i,i:n. W. llr.NHU KS I
C.ilio. Illinois, March -3, "IS" I. -J-T .t-'ll-r.t
KLKCTIO.N.NOTICi:.
v.. 11.... Ij I. I,, ..Ivi.ii Hint nil 'I'llcvlllV (lie
lM.la of April." A. D., IS7I, n ttcneial
dectloii will be held In thi'Jv "r,a',;";)1
j KjJ"
.,m,.,.rU i.i.uii: A c ly clerk, u city trcas
uier, a tlty silloi'iicy, one ablerinun lloiii
each Waul, lor the tiuin ol two years, ono
iddci man from Hie I'iri-l Ward, to till tho
Mic incv e.iu-ed by the removal ol Hiram
lllxby irom Hie city, and. one alderman irom
tho Second Ward, to till Hut vacancy cau-cd
by the rclguallon of Wood Kllloulmusc.
For the purpose nfwild eleiilon polls will
be opcned'at the following named placed, to
will III the l'ill Ward, at Iho ooiimi Nslon
boiiMiof H. K. D.iKon Ihi) niutlii-dcof
tilxlh Urcet between O.niiiicrcl.iland io.li
Irnjlon avenues! in Hi" fecund N iinl.nt ltio
Ito iKli an Heady cnue houhj; In ho
Th r. Wi ml. ut tho !llburnhuioiij.'liiohou.c;
i ll.u F. r i. Ward, at tbo Omit i o..-e ;
,n.l In Iho Klllh Wurd, at tho house o Mrs.
.uillaii.on (bo uorlli-wo.t eotuerol Coni.
nc iclal a mine and Twcnty-fifth Mreiit.
Mid election will bo opened at eight
o'clock In tho morning, and continue upon
iinlll cuven o'clock In thu altenioou oi that
lllYiy order of thn City Council. ji( ,
' M. .1 llowi.KV, City Clerk.
OMIto. Ill,, .March 20, l7l . lotJ-3-2U!0t
I,
IIAMC hTATEnRNTM.
RKl'OKT ofll.e candtuon of the City Natioiul
Hink of Cairo, at Cairo, In the Hate of lUinoii at
Hie Uojc of buunet rcbniaryj'rr, 1S7I.
KfcOUllUES. .
Loam and discounts 1111,118 M
icnlrafu ; Ia6 CO
U. S. bonds to secure circula
tion W),(X) 00
U. S. bonds on hanj SVI On
Uther stocks, bonds and inott-
..Rages 4.S71 1
serve agents 1111,314 3C
lluc from other national bants 27,ts'J Ul
llue fioin state banVs and
banVers. u 377 3J
HanVlnB bouse 25,000 0")
Other real estate 6,liO l) 3O,0nO 00
Current cnense 1M S6
Taxes (uld 1,171 Hi 3.1SI e7
I becks and otticr ca.h Items 1(t CJ
Hills or other national banks 12,015 00
i'ractional currency, (including
nickels) 4,117 M
?eclc 3,036 I'd
l-gal tender noles 3J,300 M)
SS1.UII CO
100,000 (JO
ts.ow 00
1.IAI111.1TIK3.
Iipital stock iaid in
Surplus fund
Lxchange 1,'i ID 31
Interest V,KVd !h!
l'rolii and loss IS.OSa IS
Circulation outstanding
Dividends unpaid
Individual depmits
Due to state banks and bankers.
22.5C8 71
M uno Oo
fO 00
219,072 22
21,3 01
481,014 CO
State of Illinois, county of Alexander, si.
I, A. II. .SAFKOKII, cashier of lh City Na
tional Hank ot Cairo, da solemnly swear thst the
above statciiicnt it tnie to the best of my knowledge
and belief.
A. II, SAFFOltD, Cashier.
Fubtcribed and sworn to before me this -Uh day of
.Much, 1171.
II. II. CANDKK, Notary fublic.
Corrtct Attest !
It. II. CUNNINOKAM, 1
II. I.. IIA1.1.IIIAV, J- Directors.
I). 11. WILLIAMSON. J
POH TV-SIXTH repott of the condition of th
1 rirt national tur.K ot uaira, Illinois, at tne close
L.I 1'iitlness l-cliruary 'it, in,s.
lUiOUHCKS.
Iins and di.counts
Dtrnlrills h
(I S. Ikmds to secure circulation
II. S, l.ud and securities on
hand
Other slucks, bouds and niort
IMltes line from tcdicmlii and re
serve agents.... -
Due lidin oilu-r national banks...
Iiiielium Lank and bankcrt....
Ileal estate
Kiirnlltiie nnd fixtures
Taxes iald
Current exiK.-ru.es
t'ah items, including revenue
slump.. ..,.,
I'reiiiiuins paid ,
C-udi mi liaml. Currency. 22.8i. AU
2S1 u
llHl.OO no
3,2111 03
10,100 l
H.271 9
20,H IS eil
V.-i 34
41,424 US
3.KW 64
m4 m
:is7 Ci
27 95
8,ISJ t7
' " coin W'l 23,4sU IIS
270,702 8:)
....lioo.onn no
I,4CI n
.... to,no ihi
.... ei.Tti.i7ii
LIAI1II.ITIK4.
Capital stock
Kxi.hani;e, interest, profit and loss
Circulation uuttianuin
lndlvidii.il Ueposits,.
270,7i:2 M
State of Illinois, Alexander county, it.
I, Charles (.'iinniunlialil, cashier of the First Na
l.onal lUnk of Cairo, do solemnly swear thattlie above
statement Is title to the best of my knowledge and be-
"tf' CIIAS. CUNNINGHAM, Cashier.
Hnbscrlbeil ami sworn lo before mo this 2Uli
day of .March, ls7t.
Corrcct-AUes.l j( M .
KUII'T. W. MILLER,- Directors.
II. I.. HAI.l.IIIAY. I
(J. N. HUGHES,
QKNEIIAL
INSURANCE AGENT
OKKiC'K: Ohio Leyee, oyer Mathuss
llhVn.
ttifNone but First-Class CompanU
INSURANCE!
ENTABLUMBB IMS.
HAFFOR1), MORRIS A 0ANP1BS,
INSURANCE AGENTS
73 ekia Utss,
UlTV NATIONAL BAHK BWILDWO
OAIKO, ILLB,
Yhe oldest established Agency tn Bouttera
lUlnott, representiinT oyer
$65,000,000 00 !
ol the best Iniurauee CeptUI ( tM
United Statee.

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